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I love soup! I make up soups all the time, and will eat them for every meal of the day. Truth be told, I think I think I eat soup almost everyday. I just can't get enough soup. I'm surprised that I do not have more recipes for soup on this blog.
This is the most recent soup to emerge from my trusty cast iron kettle, a garlicky turnip and kale soup with a hint of chive. I didn't have any fresh chives around, only dry I saved from my garden this summer; it would be marvelous with fresh chive, but the dry ones worked well enough! It is kind of like potato soup, but less starchy and without all those tricky potato-induced knee pains and bouts of lethargy (darn nightshades...). Turnips are a great source of fiber, and are ultra strengthening to the spleen. We all know the wonderful powers of kale, and garlic is a powerful detoxifying food. It is ACD-friendly, gluten free, and vegan. Wonderful!